The closest place for me to catch the 24 seater bus, was at their depot, and I had to be there before 0645. It is rather across town, and a taxi was the easiest (although the most expensive). However, the day was going to be worth it. I was introduced to the driver/guide of the bus and we set off to pick up all the other passengers. There happened to be only 12, so plenty of room for all of us. It was a nice international crowd from a number of countries. There weren't many locals, but it is a tourist activity.
The day was hot, so umbrellas and lots of sunscreen was the order of the day.
It is a three hour drive to get there along the highway, and we all relaxed and listened to the driver's explanation of what was to see.
Due to the dry weather, the first attraction was just a trickle instead of the publicised waterfall. However, the next attraction, after we had all had some lunch, was amazing. I am really not fit to climb to the top, but just after we arrived we saw an "inverted" rainbow. Never heard of that? Neither had I, but rather than explain it, why don't I show you right here? On a very hot sunny day the droplets in the cloud caused the rainbow.
My biggest surprise was after I had downloaded my photos. I did not see what I was really taking until then. And so I show that to you here too. Do you see the bearded man sleeping in the cave?